Getjet B734 near Vilnius on Nov 25th 2017, indication of gear anomaly
Last Update: November 25, 2017 / 19:28:40 GMT/Zulu time
A replacement Boeing 737-400 registration LY-PGC departed about 2 hours after landing back and reached Hurghada with a delay of about 5 hours.
The airline reported the crew received indication of a landing gear anomaly and decided to return to Vilnius, burned off fuel and landed safely. A post flight inspection revealed the landing gear was okay, hence it had not been an emergency landing.
The airport reported the crew advised of a minor technical problem as cause for the return.
The occurrence aircraft is still on the ground in Vilnius about 11 hours after landing back.
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